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The Unofficial SEPTA Etiquette Guide: Check it out!

If you’re an everyday Philadelphian, chances are you’ve taken SEPTA

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Broad Street Run pics and other Philadelphia charity events coming soon!

A sea of pink in Philadelphia as thousands gathered on Mother's Day at the 23rd Annual

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Broad Street Run: A Rookie Perspective from Ryan Downs on Sunday

I will start this off by disclosing that I am by no means a runner. Never have been, perhaps never will be.

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The Omelette Weekly Roundup: Philadelphia Snow, SEPTA, Charlie Sheen Hospitalized, Jeff Fisher Done in Tennessee, and Will Ferrell To Join The Office

The Omelette Friday January 28, 2011 The Omelette Weekly Roundup: Philadelphia Snow, SEPTA, Charlie Sheen Hospitalized, Jeff Fisher Done in Tennessee, and Will Ferrell To Join The Office

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Philadelphia Area Snow Totals, SEPTA Passengers Stranded For Hours, and Preston and Steve Break the News to John Bolaris

The Omelette Thursday January 27, 2011 Snow Totals In and Around the Philadelphia Area

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Bruce Graham Scores Again with Theatre Exile’s Any Given Monday at Plays & Players Theater

Acclaimed local playwright Bruce Graham returns to Theatre Exile with Any Given Monday (now onstage at Plays & Players Theater), a sport-themed world premiere geared to ride the success of his popular

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Valentine’s Day and all its Trappings!

So, it’s that time of year again in the City of Brotherly Love, where the ladies anticipate flowers and chocolates and the men shell out their cold hard cash for them.

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Septa and Union At Odds, Possible Strike Friday before Phillies host World Series

This week Philadelphia and New York are going head to head as the Phillies and Yankees are set to meet in the World Series for the first time since 1950.  Turns out Philadelphia has another battle on its hands.    Septa employees who operate subway cars, buses, and trolleys have authorized a strike and are ready to pull out their trump card, just in time for the World Ser

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SEPTA Cameras Out Of Batteries While China Gets Dystopian

In May 2008, Naomi Klein wrote an in-depth feature for Rolling Stone titled, “China’s All-Seeing Eye.” In the piece, she discusses Shenzhen, a city close to Hong Kong, which didn’t exist 30 years ago, and can be described as an experiment in Big Brotherism. She calls it “market Stalinism.”

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Philadelphia's Transportation Systems Need a Facelift

Can you imagine willingly hanging out in a subway station? I once did just that while I was living in Boston. I was waiting for the “T” at the Park Street Station. And, strumming her guitar and singing into a microphone was Mary Lou Lord, a critically acclaimed indie songwriter. This was the only time in my life that I enjoyed watching a performance in a Boston-area subway station, a place where street musicians, clowns and other acts brighten up the morning and evening commutes.

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